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Scotch Plains-Fanwood Scouts Visit Naval Academy on Veterans Day

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Midshipman Chris Bondarowicz (center) with Boy Scouts from Troop 33 in Fanwood. Credits: Andrew Bondarowicz
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Pre-game pageantry at the Navy-SMU football game in Annapolis Credits: Robert Okell
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Troop 104 at Elks Camp Barrett in Crownsville, MD. Credits: Robert Okell
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The statue of Tecumseh at the US Naval Academy is decorated for Saturday's Navy-SMU contest at Annapolis. Credits: Robert Okell
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Boy Scouts from Troop 104 take a tour of the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD. Credits: Robert Okell
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ANNAPOLIS, MD -- Boy Scouts from Troop 33 in Fanwood and Troop 104 in Scotch Plains took advantage of the invitation from the U.S. Naval Academy to attend Scout Day 2017 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 11.

Scouts were able to take a tour of the Academy and attend the Navy vs. SMU game, won by the Midshipmen, 43-40. Scouts from Troop 33 met up with current Midshipman and Troop 33 Eagle Scout alum Chris Bondarowicz.

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